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THIS IS SUMMER

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THIS IS SUMMER

THIS IS GETTING THE MOST OUT OF SUMM AWARDED

Summer. It’s getting away from it all; visiting new places, having new experiences. But what if you spent summer expanding your horizons too? Study at UEA this summer and you could: - Satisfy your thirst for knowledge

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- Develop your academic skills - Experience an intensive and interactive learning environment -Make new friends and academic connections - Increase your self confidence

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- Have fun and make new memories.


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THIS IS NORWICH THIS IS NORFOLK THIS IS LIVING THIS IS HOME THIS IS SUPPORT UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 12 Modules 17 Social Activities 18 Entry Requirements and Fees 19 Assessment, Accreditation and Credit Transfer

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CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES SUMMER PROGRAMMES 22 Japan Orientation 23 Ishibashi Summer Fellowship 24 Entry Requirements, Assessment and Teaching

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THIS IS HOW TO JOIN US


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THIS IS NORWICH THIS IS A BEST-KEPT SECRET Norwich is a dynamic city brimming with energy. Full of history and a hive of creativity, it’s a place where old meets new, nature meets technology, and local and global cultures collide. Ancient cobbled streets and the historic castle sit alongside award-winning shopping, theatre, music and art. And you never quite know what you might find around the next corner. With something to meet everyone’s interests, tastes and budget, Norwich is an incredibly lively city with more than a few accolades to its name.

NORWICH HAS BEEN NAMED AS ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN THE CITY IN THE SUNDAY TIMES 2018.

ENGLAND’S FIRST UNESCO CITY OF LITERATURE.

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www.visitnorwich.co.uk www.uea.ac.uk/video/norwich

4 CINEMAS INCLUDING THE INDEPENDENT ART HOUSE, CINEMA CITY.

TOP 15 UK SHOPPING DESTINATION (VENUESCORE UK SHOPPING VENUE RANKINGS 2017).

HOME TO NORWICH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB, THE CANARIES.

“IT OFFERS CULTURE, HISTORY, SHOPPING AND NIGHTLIFE. I HONESTLY FELL IN LOVE WITH THE CITY AND DREAM OF GOING BACK TO VISIT.” CONNIE FROM AUSTRALIA


THIS IS NORFOLK “EXCITING, INVIGORATING AND CHALLENGING. I WILL CHERISH THIS EXPERIENCE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE!” CARLY FROM CANADA

THIS IS SOMETHING SPECIAL UEA is located in the beautiful British county of Norfolk. Escape the city and you’re only moments away from countryside that both inspires and delights. Take a trip to the beautiful Norfolk coastline and discover miles of beaches and world-famous nature reserves, then enjoy traditional fish and chips fresh from the seaside. Explore Thetford Forest, the UK’s largest man-made lowland forest.

Round up a few friends and go out boating on the Norfolk Broads. Get a taste for rural life with country walks. And visit the unspoilt medieval villages and stately homes dotted around Norfolk. All this can be found less than two hours from London by train. And with its international airport, Norwich is also the perfect base from which to explore the UK and Europe, both during and after your programme. All you need to do is decide where to go.

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THIS IS CAMPUS LIFE An inspiring place to live and study, our campus is fully equipped with everything you need to get the most out of your time with us.

THIS IS LIVING

GREEN SPACE Our campus is set within 200 hectares of parkland, giving you all the green space you could need for sports, barbeques, lake walks or relaxing with a good book.

SPORTSPARK UEA’s Sportspark is one of the biggest indoor university sports centres in Britain and covers many sporting interests. You can swim in the Olympic-sized pool, play badminton and go rock climbing. Then there’s the fully equipped gymnastics centre, martial arts and dance studio, and the state-of-theart gym. Not to mention the outdoor facilities, which include an eightlane athletics track, floodlit hockey and football pitches and tennis and squash courts.

FOOD AND DRINK Whatever your tastes and dietary requirements, you’ll be able to grab a bite of something delicious to eat on campus. Our catering outlets include cafes, restaurants and the UEA Students' Union bar.

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SAINSBURY CENTRE FOR VISUAL ARTS (SCVA) Designed by Norman Foster, the SCVA is home to the renowned Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection and houses art from around the world. Best of all, it’s free to visit for students.

THE SQUARE AND THE STREET The Square lies at the heart of our campus, providing an open and sociable space where you can relax after class. Next to the Square you’ll find the Street, home to essential outlets such as a laundrette, a bookshop, ATMs, a Barclays bank and The Shop – a grocery store and Post Office that stocks a wide range of food, drink and toiletries.


THIS IS YOUR SPACE Our beautifully unique accommodation is located in the heart of our campus, and designed around the needs of students like you. During your stay, you’ll have a private room with an en suite bathroom and access to a shared kitchen and a communal space. You’ll be living alongside 6 to 13 of your fellow summer study students, providing a great opportunity to get to know people better. And you’re never more than 15 minutes away from anywhere you need to be on campus. Accommodation comes guaranteed with your place on our summer study programme, so when you enrol you can be sure you’ll have a safe and comfortable place to live.

THIS IS HOME

“THE PERFECT COMBINATION OF EDUCATION AND SOCIALISING. I HAVE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT DIFFERENT CULTURES AND MADE FRIENDS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD.” FARIDA FROM EGYPT

SHARED KITCHEN – Welcome pack with snacks and cleaning products for your first few days – Combination convection microwave oven, hob, toaster and grill – Kettle – Fridge and freezer – Basic cooking equipment, cutlery and crockery – Dining area – Ironing board and iron.

PRIVATE BEDROOM – Free Wi-Fi and data point – Single bed – Bedding; flat sheet, duvet and pillow with covers – Desk and chair, with desk light – Wardrobe with hangers – En suite facilities (shower, toilet, washbasin, mirror and towels) – Regular housekeeping. 9


THIS IS SUMMER THIS IS BEING HERE FOR YOU We want your time at UEA to be as easy, stress free and – above all – enjoyable as possible. So we have a full range of services to ensure you always have access to the help and support you need.

There is 24-hour security on campus, and you will also be provided with our 24-hour emergency contact details, so you can feel safe no matter where you go.

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SUMMER AT UEA RECEPTION DESK

STUDENT AMBASSADORS

You’ll find a member of our team on our reception desk from Monday to Friday. They’ll be able to answer any queries you have, point you in the right direction and generally ensure your stay is the best it can be. We’ll also provide suggestions for activities in Norwich and the surrounding areas, and we’ll be happy to help if you have questions about booking transport and accommodation off campus, so you can independently travel within Norfolk, the UK and beyond.

A team of UEA Student Ambassadors will join you for activities in your programme. They’ll answer any questions you have and generally help you settle in at UEA.

MULTIFAITH CENTRE The Multifaith Centre is located right next to the Square, and offers prayer facilities and a safe place for quiet reflection for all beliefs and religions.

MEDICAL CENTRE There is a Medical Centre on campus, which offers GP services, dental care, a pharmacy, and a travel health centre.

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“A UNIQUE AND CHALLENGING EXPERIENCE WHICH WILL INFLUENCE YOUR FUTURE IN THE MOST AMAZING WAY.”

SECURITY

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UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL

29 JUNE – 27 JULY 2019 Our four-week summer programme is taught by UEA academics, with all modules accredited for 20 UCU/10 ECTS credits. We offer a wide variety of modules, each of which includes 40 contact hours, in-depth and inspiring classroom discussions, off-campus field trips, and leading guest lecturers.

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MODULES CREATIVE WRITING SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, DRAMA AND CREATIVE WRITING*

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London), National Centre for Writing.

DETAILS Study in England’s first UNESCO City of Literature – the place where literature, quite simply, is happening right now. Experiment with prose fiction and poetry and explore your creativity, while being guided in the craft and technical elements of creative writing. You will study the work of established authors and gain the skills essential to becoming a writer, including writing in drafts and reading as a writer. You will finish the course by writing, editing and publishing a literary magazine for the end of summer finale celebrations. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/creativewriting *Please note this module is subject to approval.

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DIGITAL ANIMATION: CREATING A 3D COMPUTER GENERATED MOVIE SCHOOL OF COMPUTING SCIENCES

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: Science Museum (London), Bletchley Park: Home of the Codebreakers (Buckinghamshire).

DETAILS This module will focus on gaining practical experience in creating and modifying 3D models using the industry standard software Autodesk 3ds Max. You will learn how to apply a range of textures and surfaces to objects, and how to add lighting for realism and special effects. All building towards the creation of your final animation project. You’ll have access to our world-class teaching facilities, including our specialised graphics lab. And by the end of the course you will have gained an in-depth understanding of the issues involved in the creation of 3D models and how they are used to create visual images and animations. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/digitalanimation

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GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS LAW LAW SCHOOL

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: Royal Courts of Justice, The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (London).

DETAILS Increased access to the Internet has played a significant role in how media industries and governments regulate the media. This has led to concerns about human rights and has posed new problems for the law. Many have predicted that the Internet will make borders less relevant, especially with the prevalence of smart phones and mobile technologies.

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You will be encouraged to share the legal systems of your own country to explore the challenges posed by the developments of the ‘information society’. We will investigate the increasingly globalised and integrated media industries, looking to the rule of law and to national legal systems. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/law


BRANDING, ADVERTISING AND DIGITAL MARKETING

NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: BBC Voices Workshop (The Forum, Norwich), London’s Museum of Brands and The History of Advertising Trust.

DETAILS Are you fascinated by the world of brands and branding? Do you wonder how advertising brings to life the power of brands, making them resonate with our emotions? This intensive and interactive module will help you explore the connection between advertising and marketing communication techniques – and how they shape brand messages. You will explore both theory and practice within branding and advertising, and apply these in creating your own branding campaign. You’ll get hands-on experience creating advertisements, posters, TV commercials, event marketing campaigns, social media strategy and undertaking website design. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/business

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ADDITIONAL CREDIT: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL

DETAILS If you want to gain extra credit this summer and want to push your academic development further, this is the module for you. You can take our additional 5 UCU/2.5 ECTS credit module alongside any of our 20 credit modules, but not as a standalone subject. This credit will be included on your official academic transcript and certificate of attendance. Awareness and reflection on aspects of professional development are vital to a fulfilling career. Throughout this module you’ll explore the reasons behind this and learn how to voice your own opinions on the subject. You will also gain new understanding of the term ‘professional development’, how it is involved in the workplace, and in particular why it is crucial to career progression. The Additional Credit module will consist of an introductory workshop and academic tutorials, and you are required to complete a supplementary academic assignment during the programme at UEA. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/additionalcredit

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INCLUSIVE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES – Welcome brunch – UEA campus tour and Norwich city tour – Sunday roast dinner – Supermarket trip – Great British quiz – Mississippi paddle boat cruise on the Norfolk Broads – International food night – Finale and future studies event.

THIS IS SOCIAL THIS IS FEELING PART OF IT We’re firm believers in balance, so your summer with us won’t just be about work, work, work without any fun. We provide a full schedule of social activities designed to help you get to know your fellow students, experience Norwich and its beautiful surroundings and relax. Our inclusive social activities are open to everyone taking part in the Undergraduate International Summer School, with events to give you a taste of British life and culture.

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES We also offer a programme of additional social activities, which will enable you to visit England’s top cities. Each trip is accompanied by a group leader, who’ll provide you with a full itinerary in advance, so all you’ll need to do is turn up, relax and enjoy the sights. Additional social activities can be booked and paid for in advance and include transport, entry tickets and sometimes a meal. – Cambridge day trip – London day trip – Bowling and karaoke – Seaside day trip – Harry Potter Studio tour.

“AN ABSOLUTELY INVALUABLE EXPERIENCE THAT EVERYONE SHOULD TRY TO BE A PART OF.” MAX FROM AUSTRALIA

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THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ENTRY REQUIREMENTS – All applicants should be aged 17 or over* – All applicants are expected to have attained a 3.0 US GPA or equivalent – Non-native English speakers need an IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or an equivalent score in an approved English test. *17 year old students will be required to submit additional supporting documents, visit www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/eligibility for full details.

FEES All fees are inclusive of: – Return Heathrow Airport transfers

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TYPE OF APPLICATION

APPLICATION DEADLINE

FEE

EARLY

31 MARCH 2019

£2,895

STANDARD

1 MAY 2019

£3,095

PARTNER

1 MAY 2019

£2,550

– Four weeks on campus private en suite accommodation in a shared flat – Induction and orientation programme  – Social activities – Finale celebrations – Tuition, field trips and tutorials – Certificate of attendance – Academic transcript.


THIS IS WHAT YOU’LL GAIN ASSESSMENT You’ll be assessed in a number of different ways during your time at UEA. Depending on your chosen course, assessment methods are likely to include coursework, essays, class presentations, tests and practical laboratory work. You’ll be given a handbook which will provide you with all you need to know about submitting your work correctly.

ACCREDITATION AND CREDIT TRANSFER All Undergraduate International Summer School modules are worth 20 UCU credits/10 ECTS credits at Undergraduate Level 5. We will provide you with an electronic transcript at the end of September 2019. If you need to gain additional credit during the summer, simply select this option when you apply. You’ll be enrolled in an extra module allowing you to gain an additional 5 UCU credits/2.5 ECTS credits. This will then be added to your electronic transcript and certificate of attendance. Grade translations and credit transfer are managed by your home university and should be approved before enrolling on the programme. Take a look at www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/modules for full details of all Undergraduate International Summer School modules.

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THIS IS JAPANESE STUDY Choose to study at the Centre for Japanese Studies at UEA and you’ll develop a deeper understanding of Japan and its place in the world yesterday, today and tomorrow. We offer two interdisciplinary summer programmes focused around Japanese arts, language and culture. You’ll be taught by leading UEA academics, benefit from insights from inspiring guest lecturers, and gain hands-on experiences through academic field trips.

JAPAN ORIENTATION 29 JUNE – 13 JULY 2019 ISHIBASHI SUMMER FELLOWSHIP 27 JULY – 17 AUGUST 2019

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CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES SUMMER PROGRAMMES 2019

Full bursaries are offered to all successful applicants for each programme and these include: - Full programme tuition

- Social programme

- Return airport transfers

- Some catering

- Accommodation

- Contribution towards travel costs.

- Off-campus study trip

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JAPAN ORIENTATION

CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES, INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES PROGRAMME DATES: 29 JUNE – 13 JULY 2019 FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: British Museum (London), Cambridge University Library (Cambridge).

DETAILS Japan plays a significant role in the contemporary world, yet it is still seen by many as an unknown and mysterious culture. You will explore the latest approaches to Japanese studies and focus on stimulating discussions involving leading researchers and experts in the field of Japanese studies. Throughout this undergraduate level programme you will have the opportunity to visit the world-renowned Lisa Sainsbury Library for Japanese Arts at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. You will gain an enhanced passion for the history of Japan, Japanese culture, and the future of Japan within our global society, and enjoy guest lectures, workshops and field trips to enhance class discussions. The Toshiba International Foundation is supporting full bursaries to all successful applicants accepted on to the programme from Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/japanorientation

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CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES, INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES PROGRAMME DATES: 27 JULY – 17 AUGUST 2019

ISHIBASHI SUMMER FELLOWSHIP

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE: You will spend week two of the programme living and learning in London, visiting museums with significant Japanese art collections including the British Museum (London) and the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). We’ll help you access the libraries of various London universities, including SOAS (the School of Oriental and African Studies), so you can pursue independent research. Field trips in weeks one and three may include the Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge), University of Cambridge, the Ashmolean Museum (Oxford) and University of Oxford. You will also have the opportunity to conduct your own research at the world-renowned Lisa Sainsbury Library.

DETAILS The Centre for Japanese Studies invites applications to join an intensive three-week postgraduate level fellowship in Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage. With the support of the Ishibashi Foundation, we offer full bursaries to all successful applicants. We accept and strongly encourage applications from all nationalities; from recent graduates, postgraduate students, and early career professionals in the arts and cultures with a demonstrable interest in the field.

Classes will take place on UEA campus, home to the renowned Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and also at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures in the historic centre of the city of Norwich. Taught by leading specialists in the field, this fellowship programme offers an exceptional opportunity to develop an in-depth appreciation and understanding of Japanese arts and cultural heritage. Find out more www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/ishibashi

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THIS IS WHAT IT TAKES

– Submit an online application and complete your supporting statement by 31 March 2019 – Successful Japan Orientation applicants will be informed of the outcome by 17 April 2019 – Successful Ishibashi Summer Fellowship applicants will be informed of the outcome by 29 April 2019.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ASSESSMENT AND TEACHING

–A  ll applicants should be aged 18 or over

– Both programmes will be taught in English

–A  ll applicants are expected to have attained a 3.0 US GPA or equivalent –A  ll applicants should either be currently studying at university, or a recent graduate –N  on-native English speakers need an IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or an equivalent score in an approved English test –S  ubmission of a supporting statement and all requested documents.

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– UEA credit will not be awarded for these programmes – Teaching will be carried out in locations on and off UEA campus –Learning will be assessed in a variety of ways including class presentations, assignments or discussions.


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We like to keep the paperwork simple, so we’ve made applying for our summer study programme as easy as possible. Just go online, select your preferred module and follow the steps. If you have any questions along the way, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Start your application today www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/apply

YOU ARE NOMINATED BY YOUR HOME UNIVERSITY

YOU APPLY DIRECTLY TO US

CHECK DEADLINE FOR YOUR CHOSEN PROGRAMME

THIS IS HOW TO JOIN US AS PART OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION, YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE: – An official version of your latest academic transcripts – If you are a non-native English speaker, proof of your English language level – A copy of the photo page of your valid passport – Supporting documents as advised.

YOU SUBMIT AN APPLICATION

APPLICATION DEADLINE

WE SEND YOU AN OFFICIAL LETTER

YOU ACCEPT FORMALLY

INCLUSIVE ACCOMMODATION IS ALLOCATED

YOU APPLY FOR A SHORT TERM VISA IF NECESSARY

YOU COMPLETE PRE-REGISTRATION ONLINE YOU ARRIVE! YOU ATTEND WELCOME EVENTS YOU COMPLETE REGISTRATION AND ORIENTATION YOU START YOUR PROGRAMME AT UEA

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UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS We’ll respond to all Undergraduate International Summer School applications within two weeks of online submission and may need to request further supporting documents or references.

PRE-REGISTRATION You’ll receive an email one month before you join UEA, inviting you to pre-register online. You will need to complete this task before arriving on campus.

SHORT-TERM STUDY VISA

Once we have all the required information, your application will be assessed and you will be notified of the outcome by email. If you have been successful in your application you will be sent a link to officially accept your offer.

If you require a short-term study visa for the UK, you’ll need to apply for one once you have formally accepted your offer. We will provide you with an official letter for visa application purposes.

For the Undergraduate International Summer School modules, a deposit of £200 needs to be paid within two weeks of receiving your unconditional offer, or by 15 May 2019, in order to secure your place on your chosen module. The balance fee deadline is 29 May 2019.

For any queries regarding visas, our International Student Advisory Team is on hand to help at isat@uea.ac.uk

CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES SUMMER PROGRAMMES APPLICATIONS Applications for the Japan Orientation and the Ishibashi Summer Fellowship have their own separate application deadlines – please see page 24 for further information. You will be notified of the outcome of your application by email and, if successful, you’ll be sent a link so you can officially accept our offer.

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THIS IS MORE THAN SUMMER

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If you like what you’ve read and are interested in studying at UEA for longer than the summer, you can enhance your international experience even further by joining us for a semester or full academic year.

We welcome students from around the world through our network of Study Abroad partner universities. And we are also able to welcome fee-paying students.

ACADEMIC YEAR DATES 2019-20 AUTUMN SEMESTER 2019: 23 SEPTEMBER – 13 DECEMBER 2019 APPLICATION DEADLINE: 1 JUNE 2019 SPRING SEMESTER 2020: 13 JANUARY – 12 JUNE 2020 APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2019 Find out more www.ueaontheroad.wordpress.com Contact us: visiting.uea@uea.ac.uk +44 (0) 1603 591871 @UEAStudyAbroad

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GROUP DISCOUNTS AND EXCHANGE PLACES We will be pleased to discuss group discounts and potential exchange possibilities for students interested in our Undergraduate International Summer School modules.

GUEST LECTURERS AND FACULTY-LED PROGRAMMES Do you have faculty who want to teach abroad? We will be delighted to welcome your faculty members and faculty-led programmes at UEA, and will be able to support the development of study programmes.

CUSTOMISED PROGRAMMES We have vast experience in creating short-term customised programmes, which can be tailored to your specific requirements, including academic content, social activities, accommodation and catering.

UEA TASTER DAYS We can organise University taster days to meet your group’s needs, including academic taster sessions, personal statement workshops, campus and accommodation tours, and opportunities to meet current UEA students and staff. Find out more by emailing cipo@uea.ac.uk

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION About this publication: we might make changes to advertised courses and other information. We have taken great care in compiling the information contained in this brochure, which we believe to be accurate at the time of going to press. We consider changes to courses very carefully and the University hopes to minimise any changes. Exceptionally it can be necessary to make changes, for example to courses, provision of facilities or fees due to legitimate staffing, financial, regulatory or academic reasons. Examples of such reasons might include a change of law or regulatory requirements, industrial action, lack of demand, departure of key personnel, change in government policy or funding, or withdrawal or reduction of funding. No liability for changes outside of our control Should industrial action or other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the University occur, and this interferes with the University’s ability to deliver services in accordance with the descriptions provided, the University will use all reasonable efforts to minimise disruption as far as it is practicable to do so. Provided the University complies with its obligations set out above, it shall not be liable to students, applicants or any other person for any loss, costs, charges or expenses arising out of the information set out in this brochure or its digital equivalent, changes to that information or any disruption or interference of the type described above. University terms and conditions, procedures, rules and regulations If you accept an offer of a place, it will be subject to the University’s terms and conditions, the latest version of which is available at www.uea.ac.uk/ about/legalstatements


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